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Your Very Own Dreamy Beach Front Hideaway

I've only been home in Malmö for five minutes and I'm already thinking about travelling to faraway places. Don't get me wrong, I love this city, I've even penned several travel guides about it. But when you see the views from this 1960s beachfront property, you'll understand why! This quirky cottage, known as Arku House, is nestled on the shores of Sisters Beach, Tasmania and completely engulfed by nature. Airbnb guests are invited to relax with a book surrounded by a simple, soothing mediterranean inspired interior. In the winter, a wood burning stove helps to warm the cockles after a blustery walk along the beach. Ready to dream about falling asleep to the sound of the waves and waking up to magical sunrises over the ocean? Enjoy the tour! 

See what I mean?

I think one of my favourite touches is the little makeshift bar by the beach - it epitomises the simplicity and reflects the raw nature of the beautiful surroundings. You don't need much more than that! 

Although the space is very simple, it still feels cosy, in a beachy kinda way, thanks to all the texture which includes woven materials, rough stone, rustic wood and linen. 

It actually looks like a perfect writer's cabin.... and a great excuse for a fourth book. I could definitely imagine hiding away here over the Swedish winter! Could you imagine hanging out here too? That bar seat has your name on it! 

Here's the link to Arku House on Airbnb. Just saying!

There are many more beautiful properties in 'Tas' in my archives. Take a look and dream away here

Have a great start to the week friends! 

Niki

Interior designer / owner: Emma / @arkuhouse. Photography: Lean Timms

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  1. Wouldn't that be a fun place to stay? I love the privacy.

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    1. Yes, the privacy is wonderful - completely enveloped in the nature reserve with an incredible deserted beach out front. I'd happily stay there! Wonderful! / Niki

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  2. Your posts help me find a calm escape during the regular routines of my day. This post definitely 'took me away.' Thank you!

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    1. I'm so happy to hear that! Sometimes we need these little bubbles of relaxation in our day :) / Niki

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  3. I always scan the photos you post first, and did again today - because they're always so beautiful. Assuming the post was going to be from somewhere in Scandinavia, I'm scrolling through thinking, this looks just like home! We have such beautiful bush, beach and grasses - looks so much like anywhere in Australia.... and then I read the first para! I know my homeland and it's so beautiful here. Thanks for posting.

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    1. Wow, lucky you to be able to call this your homeland, it looks a like a dream. Such wild nature and so much space. Simply beautiful! / Niki

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  4. It reminds me of Maldives. Aghh You are giving me some major throwbacks. Btw, nice photographs.

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    1. I've never been to the Maldives but would love to visit one day - especially now that you say this reminded you of your trip there! / Niki

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  5. What a magnificent view! (and the house is not too shabby either).
    It somewhat reminds me of movie starring a gorgeous house close to the ocean (and Susan Sarandon) - it's called Blackbird and I watched it on Amazon Prime. A great movie and a feast for the eyes.

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    1. I must see this film! Thank you so much for the tip Alena, I'll see if I can find it this weekend! / Niki

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